Motorola today revealed details of the new Motorola RAZR V3x, a new slim flip phone with 2-way video calling. The V3x features SCREEN3 technology, this gives you instant access to news, sports, entertainment and other content subscribed to, directly from your mobile devices home screen. Operators will love SCREEN3, as it is also an “instant” source of revenue for their content offerings.
The slim, sleek handset also has dual cameras, one 2-megapixel for photography, and a VGA camera for 2-way video calling, it also has the capability to manipulate images then share them via MMS. Still sporting Bluetooth technology for all your extra peripherals and 512MB of memory via TransFlash.
Motorola V3x Features
– Sleek streamlined housing with large, vivid color external and internal displays
– 2 megapixel camera with 8x zoom, macro mode setting and , LED
– VGA camera for 2-way video calling-
– Bluetooth wireless technology- supports wireless stereo sound through Motorola’s Bluetooth Stereo Headset and other compatible Bluetooth enabled accessories for hands-free communication
– Up to 512 MB of removable optional TransFlash™ memory
– Motorola’s SCREEN3 technology solution featuring zero-click access to news, sports, entertainment, and other premium content.-
– Progressive downloading to view media files on demand
– Support of AAC+, MPEG4, WMV, WMA, MP3 and Real Video/Audio files
– Advanced speaker-independent voice recognition: state a number/name and be connected without pre-recording
– Over the air synchronization with the PC via SyncML-
– WAP 2.0 browser-
The Motorola RAZR V3x is expected to be available in Q4 2005, pricing will be announced at that time.